The Tosto family got together from around the country for Christmas and asked me to document their family enjoying their holidays together in a family photojournalism style. They played some scrabble, set out some delicious homemade cookies, made some stuffed shells and enjoyed some fine wine from the Hermann J. Wiemer winery in Dundee, NY (it’s on the way to Watkins Glen).
The Garlock family contacted me looking for a photographer who does something different from the usual family portraits. Andrew Welsh Photography is the right place for unique family portraits – photos of the family being themselves, of the kids having fun and playing.
We headed over to Ellison park, played some baseball, climbed a dirt hill, climbed on a jungle gym, drew with chalk and made an impromptu volleyball game in the parking lot, then wrapped it up with some ice cream.
I had a great time documenting these kids and the fun they had outside on this wonderful day. I know they enjoyed their ice cream as the sun was setting
Onto photos of some brotherly love…
Hadley was having such a great time with her bubbles
Some recent photos of my kids. They are just the greatest. I enjoy documenting kids – and people – just being themselves, being real, having fun.
These first few were shot on expired film- I like the look.
Evan builds his Lincoln Log tower
Evan, the oldest, turned 4 this month. I can hardly believe he will probably be in preschool this year. He had a pretty cool birthday…
We took him to his very first in-the-theater movie, Adventures of Tin Tin.
And with a little bit of snow, they get to have fun outside